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U.S. Chamber Applauds Cornyn’s Efforts to Break Gridlock and Deliver Pandemic Relief by the End of the Year

Chamber urges lawmakers to support relief package in coming weeks

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Cornyn Pledges to Help Texas Recover, Rebuild

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) spoke on the Senate floor for the first time following severe winter weather and associated power and water outages in Texas last week.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce strongly supports the bipartisan group of lawmakers who have put forward a new pandemic relief package to be passed by the end of the year.

“The U.S. Chamber of Commerce thanks Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) for lending his support to bipartisan efforts to break the impasse over pandemic relief and deliver much-needed support to families and small businesses in Texas and across the country,” said U.S. Chamber Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer, Neil Bradley.

Bradley continued, “For pandemic relief to become law, it must be bipartisan. We are greatly encouraged that a bipartisan group of House and Senate members along with the Problem Solvers Caucus have released an outline that can potentially break the partisan gridlock that has prevented long-overdue pandemic relief. Between this effort and the recent revisions to the Senate Republican proposal—which maintains critical elements especially with respect to liability protection–we believe there is an opportunity for Republicans and Democrats to negotiate a bill that can become law.

“While it is critical that lawmakers get the details right, time is of the essence. American families cannot wait until next year.  “The Chamber urges lawmakers to support bipartisan efforts to enact pandemic relief in the coming weeks. We also urge lawmakers to work with the business community to ensure that relief reaches small businesses as soon as possible and that liability reforms provide meaningful protections like in the ‘Safe to Work Act’.”

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